Question about Nintendo Wii Console
SSID is the "name" of the network. It is what is broadcast by the router. Default is the name of the router for example I have a linksys and it said "linksys" until I changed the name of my network. You need to check the settings on the router. Using your computer type 192.168.1.1 into the address bar. You might get a pop up window that asks for a username and password. If you have never messed with the router then leave the user name blank and type ADMIN in the password. Once you access your router you can set the wireless settings by "naming" your network and setting up a "passphrase". You will need to remember the name of the network and the passphrase ro enter it in the Wii when prompted.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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